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I have a 9p5511c the picture is blurry before that the tv would make a snapping sound the picture would fade out for a second then fade back in but never lost the sound

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  • kcarr25 Oct 19, 2009

    I wish to fix this myself how would i go about it? When i fix the high voltage leak do you think i will have to replace the picture tube also or should i do one repair at a time?

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You have a high voltage leak, one of the three crt's are arching to the metal chassis, this will cause momentary high voltage loss so your picture will fade until the voltage builds back up again.

Repairing this is hazardous because the voltage in the crt's are around 30,000 volts even with the tv unplugged. I don't suggest doing this yourself.

A technician will do the following he will attempt to stop the leak with specially formulated silicone compounds, If this fails the only alternative is to replace the picture tube that is defective.

The cost of repair depends on if the tube will have to be replaced, the initial repair using silicone should not run more than the standard service call rate for the company servicing the unit. If it is picture tube the cost could be upwards of $400.00

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

  • zapdbf Sep 05, 2009

    I also should add that if the problem is not taken care of it will eventually cause other problems and make the repair even more expensive.

  • zapdbf Oct 20, 2009

    The Picture tube hv lead is the one arcing, First you need
    to find where it is arcing take the front bezel off of the tv and remove the
    door behind the bezel. With the lights dim or dark, watch for the spark you
    will see a blue flash, you may need to lay on your back on the ground and look
    for the arch. Once you see where it is coming from clean that area with a dry
    cloth to remove dust and dirt from that area, (first unplug the set before
    trying this) then take silicone sealant and apply a thick coat to the area,
    where it is arching. let it dry completely before you turn it on again, read
    the instructions on the tube for drying time and wait for it to completely dry
    before you try to turn it on again. If you don't do this it can arch right
    through the silicone and cause a carbon path for it to follow again. and you will
    never get it to seal correctly again.





    If this does not work then that tube will have to be replaced but none of these
    tubes are made anymore. But supply stores may still have them in stock.

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